Tillster, a global leader in digital restaurant solutions, announced its move to Los Angeles’ talent-rich Westwood neighborhood giving the company more space to expand. As the restaurant industry continues to adopt technology to improve guest experience, Tillster’s Los Angeles employee base has quadrupled in size in the last two years. The company currently enables more than 35 million digital orders per year and is seeing significant expansion across all platforms.

The company’s new, open-plan space will give Tillster much-needed room to grow, and its proximity to elite Southern California universities and tech communities allows Tillster to tap into additional talent wells. With a focus on expanding its sales, account-management and guest-engagement teams, the move will also allow for continued domestic and international expansion.

Tillster simplifies digital ordering, improves customer engagement, and grows restaurant revenue and traffic through online and mobile ordering, delivery, and self-service kiosks. The company also offers a comprehensive suite of marketing programs and analytics aimed at building brand loyalty and driving sales. Its award-winning technologies and services lend themselves to the quick service, fast casual and casual dining segments, making Tillster a global leader in the space.

“We’re committed to growing our centers of excellence and finding new talent,” says Perse Faily, Tillster’s CEO. “The new office personifies our core values of collaborating, cultivating teamwork, innovating and having fun, and it positions us to better serve customers around the world.”

Tillster is experiencing incredible growth, not only in its Los Angeles office, but also in its other offices in San Diego and Atlanta.  With teams in France, Portugal, India and Thailand, global growth is also on the rise.

Tillster’s fast-paced expansion can be attributed to the market’s desire to elevate to a provider known for delivering outcomes.

“Tillster already serves some of the biggest brands in the restaurant world,” Faily says, “and our global footprint is continuing to grow. Our new space in Los Angeles represents a major step forward.”

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